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Old 10-27-2018, 07:28 AM   #1
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Class A Coffee Makers

It appears that Black and Decker along with others have bailed from making under the counter coffee makers. I have researched airline coffee makers,boat coffee makers along with van limo coffee makers. Obviously counter space is a premium, but love a brew vs a pod system, along with having something that secures the pot during transport. Have also looked at the brew express wall units. Obviously one that could be placed on counter while parked is an option. Have also read the concerns of the older ones getting loose, leaking h20, and steaming the cabinet finish or veneer. Just making sure I have not missed one. Thanks! "Joe"
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It appears that Black and Decker along with others have bailed from making under the counter coffee makers. I have researched airline coffee makers,boat coffee makers along with van limo coffee makers. Obviously counter space is a premium, but love a brew vs a pod system, along with having something that secures the pot during transport. Have also looked at the brew express wall units. Obviously one that could be placed on counter while parked is an option. Have also read the concerns of the older ones getting loose, leaking h20, and steaming the cabinet finish or veneer. Just making sure I have not missed one. Thanks! "Joe"


Iíve tried just about everything and this so far has been the easiest and best combo for the best coffee...

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Old 10-27-2018, 07:35 AM   #3
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We use a KEURIG and set it in the sink while traveling.
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:35 AM   #4
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I may come down to that! Thanks
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:10 AM   #6
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X2 kuerig, traveling in sink
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X3 keurig...keep on c'top hasn't moved yet...crap hate saying
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Check out the Bonavita BV1500TS. It makes great coffee, especially if you grind your own beans. Out of all the drip type I've had over the years, this one is by far the best. Has a small "footprint" so it dosen't take up much counter space. About $75 on Amazon.
If you grind your own beans, or want to start, look at the Epica Electric Coffee Grinder. Going on 4 years now with mine, still works great. About $20 on Amazon.
Never did get into the pod makers as I drink at least a pot in the morning. The Bonavita makes a nice small 5 cup pot, thermal ss pot. Keeps it hot several hours.
I also have its big brother, BV1900TS, at home.
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We use a Nespresso machine with a milk frother. We love our lattes! It rides in an ottoman on the dinette bench.
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I have a Hamilton Beach single cup maker that uses K cups or grounds that works well for us. Foot print is very small and it stores under when not in use. The fall back is a French Press which by far I feel is a better cup then I've been able to get out of any Keurig I've used. Just hard to get past the convenience and speed of the Keurig.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

No power boon docking I'll use the press and boil water on the stove with propane rather than bringing the generator on line or dragging the battery bank down to power the coffee pot.
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B&D DLX1050B Coffee Maker

We use this B&D maker. It's light weight and has a cord storage recess in the back. When the cord is left plugged in but mostly stuffed into the recess and then wedged into the purpose built slot to keep it contained, it's pretty well tethered. Being as light as it is, the coach would have to experience a pretty severe impact to send the appliance flying. Goes without saying that the carafe rides separately. We put ours in the sink when traveling.

DLX1050B Coffee Maker

We picked up two of these some years ago on sale for $10.00 each. The MSRP now is around $25.

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I had a MrCoffee on the counter and thats where it always rode.
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Keuring here. We bought the smaller size for our trailer. It takes up a bit less room
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